VMRO-DPMNE leader Hristijan Mickoski on Wednesday demanded that the Parliament schedules a session before Thursday’s Q&As whose agenda would include the four bills that are in the interest of the citizens and the economy in relation to the crisis situation, pointing out that although the support from the Government is small and insufficient for the companies and the citizens, it will still be backed by VMRO-DPMNE MPs.
“Exactly 21 days ago, ZoranZaev asked for a vote of confidence in his Government, but did not ask at the same session to vote on the laws to help the economy and citizens, which are insufficient, but still something better than nothing. Those laws have been in parliamentary procedure since February, but they were not put on the agenda for a long time because the Government did not have money in the budget, which is a consequence of wasteful and improper work and mixed priorities. And the second reason is that now they want to blame VMRO-DPMNE for their weakness. This comes from the people to whom it was more important to brag that they have the support of 62 MPs, which they do not have at the moment, and to cover the fact that they spent the money in the budget and had to take additional loans,” Mickoski said on Wednesday.
The opposition leader demanded that the Parliament schedules a session before Thursday’s Q&As whose agenda would include the four laws that are in the interest of the citizens and the economy in relation to the crisis situation.
“Although the support from the Government is small and insufficient for companies and citizens, it will still be supported by VMRO-DPMNE MPs. This is an open request. The Government and SDSM should stop with the manipulations and immature behavior. Citizens must not be held hostage by an incompetent government,” said Mickoski.
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